‘Regularization of 243 employees on cards’
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Jammu, Mar 28: The Government is contemplating to regularize at least 243 persons, whose `illegal appointment’ as class-IV employees in the Education department was quashed recently.
Official sources told Greater Kashmir that the matter would come up for discussion before the cabinet scheduled to meet here on Monday evening.
“The Education department has formulated a proposal to regularize 243 backdoor Class- IV employees, who were appointed by then Education Minister allegedly in violations of the rules and regularization. The appointments were quashed by the government but following a directive from the court their regularization is being proposed,” sources added.
The cabinet, sources said, is also likely to confirm the services of Zonal Education Officers (ZEOs) in the Education department, who were working in their own pay and grade. The issue was also raised, recently, in the Legislative Assembly.
Besides this the cabinet is likely to sanction creation of posts in the newly created administrative units, they added.
Pertinently, Greater Kashmir had already reported that the mode of implementing some projects through Public Private Partnership (PPP) is also on the agenda. “The PPP mode is also likely to be extended to Industries and Commerce department”, sources said.
The cabinet nod would also be sought for the reemployment of 3-employees, extension to one, besides appointment of another on contractual basis.
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